Daily Archives: April 9, 2013

Baek Ahyeon “Introduction To Love”

Blogged By: De De Tillman

Source: Koreaboo

Media Credit: Koreaboo

Posted: Tuesday April 9, 2013 @ 10:44 p.m PST

 

 

 

On April 10th, Baek Ahyeon released her OST track “Introduction To Love” for the MBC drama “When A Man Loves.”

The drama features Song Seunghun as Han Taesang and Shin Sekyung as Seo Mido, the main characters of the story. Forced to work for gangsters, Han Taesang meets Seo Mido, the young daughter of a modest bookstore owner, of whom he initially needs to pull an extortion job on.

“Introduction To Love” is the main theme song of said couple, and is composed by Oh Junseong, who has worked on other OST tracks for popular dramas “City Hunter,” “Prosecutor Princess,” and “Boys Over Flowers.”

You can purchase her new OST track at Olleh Music and MelOn.

DK “Group December” Entering Uijoungbu 306 Reserve Battalion Military May 7, 2013

Blogged By: De De Tillman

Source:Koreaboo

Media Credit: Koreaboo – Starnews

Posted: Tuesday April 9, 2013 @ 10:29 p.m PST

 

 

 

DK of the duo group December will be entering the military next month.

On April 10th, DK’s agency revealed that the singer will be entering the Uijoungbu 306 Reserve Battalion on May 7th where he will fulfill his duties as an active soldier.

Just last December, the group released their album “The Last Legacy,” their last albums to fans before member Yoonhyuk enlisted himself in January. Having already completed his 4 week basic military training, Yoonhyuk is currently in active duty.

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Chelone “Chilly” Miller, Professional Snowboarder (Bode Miller’s Brother) Has Died Age, 29

Blogged By: De De Tillman

Source: Bloomberg

Posted: Tuesday April 9, 2013 @ 5:06 p.m PST

 

 

Professional snowboarder Chelone “Chilly” Miller, the younger brother of Olympic gold medal- winning skier Bode Miller, died at age 29.

Chelone Miller, of Mammoth Lakes, California, died on April 7 of a seizure that stemmed from a 2005 motorcycle accident that left him in a coma for 11 days, U.S. Snowboarding said in a statement on its website.